(Reuters) - Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces in Pakistan on Sunday, President Barack Obama announced, ending a nearly 10-year worldwide hunt for the mastermind of the September 11 attacks.
Well, here's my version of the story before I somehow manage to return to work and recover from the side-effects this big development:
1.People all over the world are relieved; it's a relief after all, "Khas kam Jahan Pak...."
2.Americans are happy; they did it after 10 years... !!!
3.President Obama must be super-happy... he did it and that may win him another term .. !!!
4.A tweep from Abbotabad, Sohaib Athar, celebrates being the only tweep to tweet live about the noise of helicopter involved in the attack on Osama
5.Pakistan's are left in a state of confusion on the consequences of this event whether this would imply:
a.more terrorist attacks in retaliation
b.more US military involvement in Pakistan affairs and a prolonged war here
c.some relief in any form for them??.. .:-P
6.Pakistani government does not yet have any statement on the matter. We
7.The fact Osama was killed with 1KM premises of Pakistan Military Academy raises serious questions about the role of Pakistan Army and Intelligence into the issue.
8.On a funny note someone remarked, “@faisaljamkhan: This is worrying. Even Osama Bin Laden is not safe in Pakistan.” And “@myasinmasood Osama dies every 4th year... just like world cup. 2003, 2007, 2011... !!!”
9.Strangely, he had been reported to be buried in sea…!!!